Like their Hong Kong neighbours, many mainland Chinese are worried that donations to the thoroughly worthy victims of the Yaan Earthquake will end up in the pockets of thoroughly unworthy officials.
The Shanghai Morning Post found the following photos netizens had uploaded of money they were donating to help relief efforts in Yaan, graffitied in the hopes that it would stop corrupt officials embezzling it:
On the 50 yuan note (left) is written: “This is what I donated to Yaan. Fuckhead. I dare you to graft this”. The 100 yuan note (right) bears the friendly message: “This is what I donated to Ya’an. Whoever dares to graft this, your whole family will die.” (h/t: Offbeat China.)
Donators aren’t the only ones fighting graft, a post office in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, put up the above sign: “The postal service system has no Guo Meimei. All disaster relief donations are free of service charges.”
[Via: Offbeat China, Shanghai Morning Post]